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Hydrating the Food Desert

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UW-Green Bay scientists partner with innovative thinkers to revolutionize the food economy in Green Bay The Farmory in downtown Green Bay is a “farm with a social mission,” in the words of Program Director, Alex Smith. The historic armory turned “farmory” is being used to demonstrate to the community how the centuries old practice of […]

UW-Green Bay continues to place Nutritional Science students in internships far above national average

The match results for December 2017 and May 2018 University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Nutritional Science graduates is 92 percent — far exceeding the 50 percent national average. The dietetic internship is necessary for graduating seniors who are required to fulfill 1,200 practicum hours in order to take the Registered Dietitian Examination. This year, 14 of 16 senior applicants […]

Prof. Hossain receives WiSys Technology Advancement Grant

UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof.  Maruf Hossain’s (Electrical Engineering Technology) project, “Mechanically Integrated Wind Power Generation Systems,” has been selected for funding under the 2018-19 Applied Research-WiSys Technology Advancement Grant (AR-WiTAG) program. A total of $49,236 has been allocated for use in his project, which will focus to improve the efficiency of wind energy conversion systems. […]

Campus mourns passing of former faculty member, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, David Jowett

Former UW-Green Bay faculty member and acting Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (1987) David Jowett, passed away on April 15, 2018 at his home. He joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in 1970, teaching in the College of Environmental Science. Jowett was a faculty member in both Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) and Business Administration. He […]

UW-Sheboygan’s (and future UW-Green Bay transfer) Mikayla Mork is in the spotlight

A sophomore with an interest in animal biology, Mikayla Mork of Sheboygan is the focus of UW-Sheboygan’s student spotlight for the month of April. A 2016 graduate of Sheboygan North High School, she plans to transfer to UW-Green Bay to complete her degree.

Dietetics students lead grocery store tours

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UW-Green Bay upper-level dietetic students offered free grocery store tours at various grocery locations March 13 and 20 and April 10. The tours focused on encouraging healthy eating habits by increasing fruit and vegetable consumption. Nutrition education, answers to nutrition questions and free food samples were also available.

Award-winning Lower Fox River Water Monitoring Symposium is Wednesday, April 18th

The Lower Fox River Water Monitoring Program (LFRWMP) is an award winning program made up of area high school teachers and their students, and community citizen scientists that monitor seven environmentally impaired streams in the Fox River watershed for water quality and ecological health. Students take on the role of scientists and explore local streams […]

Alumnus Douglas McLaughlin named UW-Green Bay’s ‘Earth Caretaker’ for 2018

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The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) will award the ninth annual Earth Caretaker Award to UW-Green Bay alumnus Douglas McLaughlin, Ph.D. McLaughlin received two degrees from UW-Green Bay — his bachelor’s degree in 1983 in Science and Environmental Change (emphasis in Biological Resources Management) and a Master’s of Environmental Science […]

Two UW-Green Bay entries to compete in Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament

This year, UW-Green Bay landed two student business entries into the annual Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament in Madison on Saturday, April 21, including one of only two at-large submissions. All four colleges at UW-Green Bay are involved in developing the teams, as students competing represent diverse majors across campus including business administration, psychology, engineering and […]

Tonight (April 10) Prof. Meinhardt presents on evolution

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology) will lead a discussion tonight (April 10, 2018) on evolution as part of the March for Science events. He will include a brief introduction on some of the top myths and misconceptions about evolution, then open it up to questions. The event begins at 6 p.m. at […]